Have you seen Physical 100 yet?
In case you haven't heard, it's a Korean reality game show that features the 100 strongest people in the country competing against each other in a fight-to-the-death battle.
Now, I know what you're thinking – it sounds like Squid Games. 😱
But, thankfully, it's not that nasty and violent. No real deaths. Instead, there's a level of sportsmanship and respect between the competitors that's incredibly inspiring.
Here's how a typical round plays out:
- Each competitor picks their opponent, but instead of going for the weakest link, they choose someone who will give them a great match, someone they'll be proud to compete against, win or lose.
- Before beginning the match, they bow to each other and exchange minor taunts, but overall, there is a genuine respect for their opponent's greatness.
- They go all out to win because they really care, but when the match is over, they hug and congratulate each other, reflecting on what they could have done better and coming out more determined than ever to win.
Imagine if this attitude could be applied to other areas of life, like student recitals, group classes or orchestral auditions. Even going onto social media!!
Wouldn't that be something?
Check out Physical 100 and let me know what you think. It's certainly left me with a newfound appreciation for competition and the people who participate in it.
And while you're at it, you might want to do a bit of tapping on your own experiences which didn't go anything like the above!! 😘
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